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The Port Authority of Allegheny County and Comcast yesterday announced Wi-Fi availability at seven of Pittsburgh's busiest light-rail stations. In January, the agency's board approved a seven-year, nonexclusive agreement with Comcast. The pact permitted Comcast to install wireless hotspots at the Station Square, First Avenue, Steel Plaza, Wood Street, Gateway, North Side and Allegheny stations. The agreement came at no cost to the port authority, agency officials said in a press release."We see this [Wi-Fi] as an invaluable tool, especially once we roll out real-time tracking of our light rail vehicles, which is currently in a testing phase," said Port Authority Interim Chief Executive Officer David Donahoe. Comcast also provides Wi-Fi service for transit riders in Philadelphia, Boston and southern New Jersey.
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